Sex and the City fans have been thrilled by the constant behind the scenes glimpses at the upcoming sequel to the film version of the hit TV show. Make Me Heal has noticed that Sarah Jessica Parker’s mole appears to have returned after mysteriously disappearing as a result of plastic surgery?
Last year, Make Me Heal reported when the now 44-year old actress’ mole seemed to disappear. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Sarah Jessica Parker’s mole removal). Now that its back on set, many are scratching their heads as to how it could be back. Our panel of experts has some suggestions.
There are different methods used to remove moles, including shaving. When a mole is shaved, part of it remains on the surface, so it can return. This may be the method used for Sarah Jessica Parker, which would explain why the mole now appears flat rather than raised.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Sherrell J Aston says, “After reviewing photographs of Sarah Jessica Parker it appears that her mole was merely shaved off and not completely removed. It is well known that in many cases shaving the top of a mole is not the answer to eliminating it.”
Plastic surgeon Dr. John Di Saia says, “Maybe she went to a Dermatologist who simply shaved it off. These things are better formally removed as opposed to shaved. If a “root” is left, it can grow.”
Fans of SATC will note that many leaked photos of the upcoming film have been flashbacks of the girls. If SJP had a mole in the past, perhaps make-up was used to draw in the mole for accuracy
Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Walden offers another likely explanation, “It seems like she did have her mole removed from her chin. Her mole was pigmented and raised, while recent photos of her chin show a flat lightly pigmented mole, which may have been drawn on for the new movie they are filming.”
When questioned about the mole’s disappearance, Sarah Jessica reportedly responded, ‘Nothing has been removed.’ Nothing permanently, maybe.
In addition to possibly having her mole removed, for either health or cosmetic reasons, SJP may also have had a nose job in the past (See Make Me Heal’s story on Sarah Jessica Parker’s nose job).
Make Me Heal wishes Sarah Jessica the best of luck as a mom for the second time around and looks forward to seeing what the SATC ladies are cooking up for the sequel.
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